Tiana Henderson

Graduate Student Intern
Adler University Masters in Couples and Family Therapy


847-908-8700 x111

Who I Work With

  • Anxiety & Stress Management
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression and Mood Disorders
  • Disordered Eating
  • Family Conflict
  • Life Transitions
  • Pre-marital and Marital Counseling
  • Racial Identity
  • Relationship Issues
  • School Issues
  • Youth

Tiana Henderson is an enthusiastic Master’s student at Adler University earning a degree in Couples and Family therapy.  She is passionate about helping others reach their greatest potential regardless of the life stage they are in. She works with children, teens, couples, and families and is committed to helping them discover themselves and their worth as individuals, but also as part of the family system.  Tiana is eager to incorporate her knowledge of family dynamics and their influence on the scripts that shape our lives.  

Tiana is disciplined, insightful and intuitive. Her strengths lie in her ability to develop trust and rapport with her clients through a holistic approach while utilizing evidenced-based theories and approaches. Tiana has experience in diverse settings working with individuals of all ages, such as youth in the school setting, social justice issues and those struggling with eating disorders (ED).  She incorporates the Gottman theory method to attain couples’ relationship goals and works toward increasing empathy, communication, respect, and understanding. 

Tiana is committed to cultural competency and honors the unique backgrounds and identities of people she meets. She creates a protected space for her clients through empathy and compassion while helping her clients find their authentic selves. Tiana’s mutual goal for all her clients is to equip them with effective strategies that fit their lifestyles so they can overcome the emotional barriers that prevent them from reaching their potential. 

In Tiana’s free time, she enjoys seeing friends, going on walks with her dogs, shopping, and watching sports with her family. 

Personal quote:

“Life was never meant to be easy to navigate, especially alone. We are experts in our own experiences, and the context is an important part of the process. We must learn to Protect our Peace to succeed in what we want in life.”